Traveling While Remote Learning During a Pandemic
October 4, 2020

Sometimes all you need is a change of scenery when things seem to be so heavy, like the state of the world. Remote learning is not my forte, but I do what I need to do. It's got to get done! We are not a family that sits still. We love to take road trips and discover new places. So, when we stayed in Heber Overgaard, we drove to Pinetop to eat lunch and decided we needed to go back. This time would be different though. Traveling during a pandemic takes careful thought. We are in the middle of a pandemic where traveling is less appealing to some, but with the right tools, we make it happen. We just …

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Why I Took a Vacation During a Pandemic
September 17, 2020

Nothing like this could have ever been planned.  I've stayed home during the Covid-19 pandemic as instructed with my family. Recently, with the Covid-19 outbreak has caused so much fear and stress. Mental health during the Covid-19 Pandemic is a topic that most people avoid but I found myself jumping on the crazy train. I took my family hostage with me on the train while in quarantine. Isolating while staying home has taken me to a place where my mental health has declined. This virus nicknamed the Corona virus has taken over our lives. Staying home is not my cup of tea but I have listened and obeyed the rules for the sake of my family and others. Everyone reacts differently …

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5 Breathtakingly Beautiful Places to Visit in Croatia
July 28, 2020

It’s often said that beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. While that statement usually holds true, Croatia might be a rare exception to the rule. The country is full of breathtakingly beautiful places, and it is incredibly difficult to single out just a handful that are worth your time.  Especially since there are so many different types of stunning places to visit in Croatia, from the Istrian Peninsula up north, all the way along the Dalmatian coast to Dubrovnik down south. From the exquisite nature parks to some of the most beautiful ancient buildings in the country, we bring you five breathtakingly beautiful places to visit in Croatia that you will undoubtedly enjoy. You will be snapping photos every couple seconds! Krka National Park  There’s definitely …

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Sky Ranch Lodge Sedona
July 8, 2020

Sedona is one of my favorite getaways. The red rock and vortexes keep me coming back. There's also so many things to do in Sedona. If you are looking for a unique, rustic experience on your Sedona getaway, Sky Ranch Lodge will offer an experience you will not only never forget but leave you aching to go back. It is the best boutique hotel in Sedona. I went there twice last month and it was such a treat! The first getaway was a spur of the moment getaway; a wellness trip. I really wanted to relax and hang out in Sedona. I just needed a break after being on a Covid-19 lock down. Little did I know that I would …

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Top 5 Things to Do in the Grand Canyon
June 22, 2020

There are so many things to do in the Grand Canyon. Lucky to be living at a stone’s throw away from one of the seven natural wonders of the world, we’ve visited the Grand Canyon dozens of times. Bizarrely, we’ve felt the same insignificance standing face to face with this grand creation of nature. And even though we’ve been here during every season, it’s quite impossible to pinpoint any preference. This is because no matter when you see it, Grand Canyon will never fail to awe you with its breathtaking beauty. With so many sights and sounds of this region, like Colorado River Whitewater Rafting and visiting Skywalk & Eagle Point, you will always find something interesting to do. Let’s start with the …

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Budget Friendly Things to do in Flagstaff, Arizona with the Family
April 23, 2020

Thank you to Wyndham, Flagstaff for hosting us. All opinions are my own. We recently went to Flagstaff, Arizona with the boys.  They were so excited to play in the snow but other than that, we weren't sure what kind of activities we were going to do but we wanted to discover Flagstaff.  Because of the weather, we had to prepare a bit. It's amazing that you can go from wearing a tee shirt in Phoenix to snow boots and winter clothes in just 2 hours. This is a great reason to live in Arizona. The weather in different areas is so versatile. There are so many things to do in Arizona. Just up the road and only 85 miles away …

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8 Top Museums For Kids In Switzerland
March 20, 2020

  Switzerland is full of exciting things to do, from vast amusement parks to multi-storey candy stores. There are also lots of family friendly things to do such as museums. Switzerland has the best museums for kids! From a museum that has actual dinosaur bones, to the a four-floor extravaganza of teddy bears and dolls - all of these museums will be incredibly fun for your young ones, and some will be very interesting for adults as well! Switzerland's museums are great for the whole family. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Tram Museum, Zurich The Tram Museum in Zurich definitely deserves a spot on this list. First, because Zurich is the most popular Swiss city with tourists, and there’s a great chance that you’re planning to go …

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5 Things to do in Heber Overgaard
March 7, 2020

I grew up in Arizona but had never heard of Heber Overgaard.  Now that I have moved back, there is so much I want to explore.  I've been back to Sedona and checked out some local places.  I get up to Prescott often which has an elevation of 5367 feet, but Heber Overgaard has an elevation of 6,627 feet: that means 40 degrees in May! There is so much to do in Heber Overgaard and you don't have to go far. From fishing to horseback riding and dining.  It's an awesome place to visit.  Here are the best things to do in Heber Overgaard: Worldmark Bison Ranch Resort We stayed at Worldmark Bison Ranch in Heber-Overgaard. It's a cute recreated Old West town from the 1800s, located …

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5 Family Friendly Things to do in Winter Haven, Florida
February 20, 2020

Winter Haven, Florida ( the Sunshine State) is a sleepy bedroom community located in Central Florida. Awarded the “Number One Great Place in Florida” in 2019, Winter Haven, Florida first was known as the home of Cypress Gardens: Florida’s first commercial theme park.  Located an hour outside of Orlando, today Winter Haven’s top landmark is LEGOLAND Florida Resort and water park with a lot of outdoor adventure and very kid friendly. Experience family fun in Winter Haven such as THE LEGO® MOVIE™ Masters of Flight, The Great LEGO Race, LEGO NINJAGO® The Ride, The Dragon, and Unikitty's Disco Drop.  While in town, make sure to see more family friendly things to do in Winter Haven. See what it has to offer; like a …

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5 Things You Don't Know About Santeria
January 21, 2020

I had the opportunity to travel to Cuba through Fathom.org a few months ago, and it was amazing!  I've always loved the Cuban lifestyle, specifically the food, haha!  I lived in Miami Beach for ten years and got to know the culture and made many Cuban friends.  I quickly learned their language in Spanglish so I could sell cosmetics to the shoppers at Downtown Macy's.  I drank coladas daily and enjoyed the amazing cuisine at David’s on Miami Beach, which closed after many years.   Because I got to know Cuban people so well living in Miami, I quickly learned that most Cubans were very religious.  5 Things You May Not Know About SanteriaSanteria is Considered a Religion.Initiation is a Big Part of Santeria.Santeria has many …

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11 Top Instagrammable Places to Visit in Finland
January 4, 2020

I had a chance to visit Finland last September and was overwhelmed by the beauty of this country. It is famous for its amazing Finnish architecture, visual arts, museums, churches, and beautiful nature. Finland, the happiest place in the world, is a photographers dream and if you are looking for the top instagrammable places in Finland, you've come to the right place. I love taking travel photography and I found the best pictures in Finland. Here are 11 of the top instagrammable places in Finland, including Hotel Katajanokka in Helsinki, Ranua Zoo, Arctic Igloos in Rovaniemi, Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, Uspenski Cathedral and more. Check them out! They can easily be taken on a quick day trip in Finland. 11 Top Instagrammable …

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5 Reasons to Fly Business Class on Finnair
November 28, 2019

Business class on a long-distance, international flight is a luxury I had never experienced until I flew with Finnair. It was divine. From being greeted with a cozy space, my personal slippers, pillow and comforter to a picking up a beautiful menu .... I truly felt pampered. If you have a chance to fly Business Class on Finnair you will find that it isn't just luxury traveling, it's an experience. I went with my girls from the Tortuga Travel Tribe, an elite group of travel writers. We love traveling together! There was so much overhead space. That spot is where you will find a wonderful, fluffy comforter to sleep with. Nordic Business Class tickets include priority check-in, boarding and security, access to …

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A Vacation for Every Member of the Family
November 15, 2019

Photo by Holland America Line Here’s one vacation I’ve found that can please every member of the family. I’m talking about a cruise. Some 40 percent of grandparents are traveling with their grandchildren, AARP reports, and Holland America is the best choice for multigenerational groups. Families enjoy Holland America’s upscale, mid-sized ships ranging from 1,258 to 2,666 guests -- smaller than many megaships but with plenty of onboard entertainment. Photo by Holland America Cruise Line Sail to the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale or Tampa; to Mexico from San Diego this winter; Alaska or the Mediterranean next summer. Young “Frozen” lovers want to visit Norway and northern Europe. Visit the Panama Canal. Nearly all Caribbean itineraries include a stop at the private island Half Moon Cay.  Or join a bucket …

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7 Family Friendly Things to do in Market Square, Helsinki and Beyond
October 31, 2019

I recently went on a trip to Finland for the first time with the Tortuga Travel Tribe (a group of travel writers) and experienced the Finnish way of life and find out why Finland is the happiest country in the world. It's such a welcoming country and there are so many family friendly things to do. We stayed in Helsinki and Rovaniemi for a few days.  The first few days we stayed in Helsinki at Hotel Katajanokka and spent a lot of time around the Market Square which has six squares for outdoor markets (opening hours for Market Square vary depending on which market and what day) and plenty of transportation to get to places like the islands.  With a single ticket you can hop …

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5 Accessible Destinations to Visit in Costa Rica
October 2, 2019

I recently spent six days in Costa Rica enjoying everything the country has to offer through . We could not have truly enjoyed these beautiful sites without our amazing tour guide Luis Diego Soto from Il Viaggio Travel. Visiting these amazing locations, I could not help but think about the people in my life that may have passed up an opportunity like this because of their accessibility issues. They may have denied themselves of the experience of a lifetime by assuming that these places were not accessible for them. Everyone should have the right to travel and experience what different cultures have to offer. Obstacles like physical, sensory, and mental disabilities should not prevent tourism. Age should not stop someone from traveling. Some people don't get to …

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Enjoy a 3 day & 2 Night Getaway to Las Vegas for 2 for Only $299
September 2, 2019

3 day & 2 nights' getaway to Las Vegas for 2 for only $299.  Does it sound too good to be true? Yes. It does. And yes, that's the deal.  It includes 2 hotel nights accommodations, dinner, and a show or attraction (your choice). There is no obligation or membership to pay for or anything. So, with a deal like this we decided to do Vegas!....as a family.  Of course you can do this without kids, after all, it is Vegas... If you are more interested in this amazing deal than you are in my experience, than you can skip the rest and go to Vacationoffer.com. Enter your arrival date and choose from a large selection of hotels, over 40 in all. These are not some second-grade …

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Top Family Friendly Things to do in Oceanside, California
August 27, 2019

It's so hot here in Arizona!  But I do prefer the dry heat to Florida's humidity.  I've noticed that this is the time many people escape to California for a cool break.  California weather is absolutely beautiful and it is the perfect place to check out some family friendly actives with the kids, including beach days. We had been to Anaheim a few months prior and loved it.  This time we wanted to see more of the beach, along with hitting up some family friendly things to do, so we decided to visit Oceanside. We also checked out the Oceanside Calendar of Events to see what what kind of kid's activities are available in Oceanside while we were there. It turns out that there are tons …

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A Wellness Travel Trip to Sedona, Arizona
July 19, 2019

Wondering where you should book your next vacation? How about Sedona, Arizona! This beautifully mountainous town just two hours outside of Phoenix is the perfect getaway from the heat and the masses. Make sure you book your ticket for travel between March and May and you’ll catch the hot weather with a reprieve from the cool breeze! This weekend guide to Sedona will show you the best food, hikes and places to stay in Sedona. We believe you should feel well while you are traveling so, the recommendations will reflect that. Here’s to good health and happy vacations! Where to Eat in Sedona Sedona is packed with local and delicious restaurants. Whether you have 17 different allergies or can eat anything under the sun, they have something for …

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Family Friendly Things to do in Poland
June 28, 2019

Poland offers many attractions for families including sandy beaches, trekking in the mountains and city sightseeing. The Baltic Sea Poland’s northern coast is filled with beaches famous for their delicate, powdery sand. Every family will find something suitable for themselves here: from vibrant seaside cities full of hotels and restaurants to peaceful villages hidden in coastal pine forests. The average water temperature in the sea during summer (June – August) is about 17-19°C / 60-66°F. Kids will love playing in the soft sand, and parents can relax enjoy energizing fresh air and breathtaking views. The Tatra Mountains The Tatra Mountains, located in the south of Poland and protected as national parkland are part of Carpathian Mountains. The city of Zakopane is in the heart of the Tatra …

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The 7 Best Things to Do in Portland with Kids
June 8, 2019

As a travel blogger based in Portland, I get sharing family-friendly things to do in Portland with kids. As a parent of two young children, I also *totally get* that exploring a new place with children can be totally overwhelming. There’s so much to do, see, explore and taste. How to choose? If you’re heading to Portland, Oregon, I got you! Below are the 7 best things to do in Portland with kids, which I recommend to my friends who travel to my gorgeous, green city. I put together a list that spans outdoor activities, children’s museums, family-friendly restaurants and things to try that you’ll only find in Portland. If you’re looking for more family travel ideas, take a peek at my travel blog, To & …

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Why Michigan International Speedway is Family Fun at its Best!
June 3, 2019

Michigan International Speedway or MIS as locals call it is an amazing family friendly place. You don’t have to be a NASCAR race fan to enjoy a day or weekend at MIS. Let me give your the ins and outs of visiting Michigan International Speedway so you get the best out of your visit. Race Weekends MIS has two race weekend each and every year. The first one is in June and then a second one in August. I would give you the names of the races but they seem to change each year. Both weekends are NASCAR charged and all the best drivers show up in the Irish Hills/Brooklyn area. The small town of Brooklyn Michigan’s population soars from just under 2000 to well over 35,000 people …

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Why Greece is a one of the Cheapest Countries to Visit in Europe
May 7, 2019

Greece is probably my favorite country to visit in Europe.  The fact that I am half Greek probably makes me bias. I grew up visiting my Yia Yia every summer in Glyfada, Athens, a beautiful beach town on the outskirts of Athens.  I can still hear the watermelon truck passing by during our siesta and feasting on it after a long day at the beach.  To this day, the smell of Coppertone takes me back to my youth, playing with my cousins on the beach. I have the best memories of visiting the islands and spending time with my family. Best Time to Visit A lot of people visit during the summer months, but it is hot.  Not to worry, the beautiful beaches will cool you down! April …

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Travel Essentials for a Family Road Trip
May 4, 2019

We took a 8 hour long trip to California last month and the last time we did a cross country road trip from Florida to Arizona we depended on snacks like Munchpak, My Keto Snack Box, and Lucky Bars to get us through that week long road trip.  We also used Precidio Drink Box's and Snack Box's. This time our road trip was filled with mostly the same travel essentials! Precidio Drink Box and Snack Box We don't go anywhere without our Precidio Drink Box. There's nothing worse than carrying around a heavy thermos.  The Precidio Drink Box is light weight and looks like a juice box, except without the leaking and it's reusable. We also use the Snack Box which has a divider so that you can add sweet and salty.  It's all …

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Where to Stay in Anaheim Close to Disneyland and Knottsberry Farm
April 19, 2019

We recently took a 7 hour road trip heading to Anaheim to visit Disneyland and Knottsberry Farm for the first time. The kids were super excited! We took our essentials (17 suitcases and 25 duffel bags, just kidding...) and headed out on the road.  While preparing for this trip we scoped out some hotels and timeshares  to figure out the best locations to stay so we would be close to everything, including restaurants, shopping, and of course Knottsberry Farm and Disneyland. Our main concerns were: Peacock Suites Resorts We found the Peacock Peacock Suites resorts.  It is located within walking distance from Disneyland, the Anaheim Convention Center, Angel Stadium and The Shops at Garden Walk. Shops at Garden Walk Having the Shops at Garden Walk within a 5 minute walk was a lifesaver as it saved 3 …

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Cook your own Authentic Costa Rican Meal at Arenal Vida Campesina
March 21, 2019

I recently spent six days in Costa Rica enjoying everything the country has to offer through a family focused tour operator called: Costa Rica Family Holidays. We could not have truly enjoyed these beautiful sites without our amazing tour guide Luis Diego Soto from Il Viaggio Travel. We visited many family friendly destinations during our trip to Costa Rica, including Arenal Vida Campesina, a self-sustained, organic, cultural education center. There are many things to do at Arenal Vida Campesina and it makes for a great family destination where all ages will find something to enjoy.  You will learn about the culture and take an educational tour of this beautiful organic farm. Of the many activities, my favorite part was the cooking class. Learn About the Costa Rican Culture Taking a …

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How to do CityWalk™ and Universal Orlando™ in One Day
March 2, 2019

We knew Universal Orlando Resort.™ was going to be a long day for us considering we had two theme parks and Citywalk™ to check out.  With two boys under five-years-old, we had to have a plan.  We took into consideration a few things: First, it was October and they were having Halloween Horror Nights. Both boys  do not like big, animated characters walking around, especially if they are scary.  So, we knew that we were not going to be participating in that.  Because Universal Studios would be closing early for Halloween Horror Nights, we decided to do that theme park first. We also had to consider where we wanted to eat because we wanted to experience a restaurant in Citywalk™ but knew the kids would be too tired …

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How to take a Solo Vacation Guilt Free
February 15, 2019

How many times do people tell us moms to take a vacation solo? "You need to get away", they say, "have some time to yourself, without the kids." Well, it's easy for them to say but not so easy to do.  So, when I had the opportunity to take a vacation by myself, at first I said yes right away.  But then a little mom-guilt set in.  My boys were asking why they couldn't go.  I had just come back from a press trip to Costa Rica.  I had mom-guilt all the way! We do go on a lot of family trips, like the one where we stayed at the Wyndham Sedona. We go to Disney, Universal and Legoland and so many family friendly places. It …

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How to find Hotels and Family Friendly Destinations in Costa Rica
January 28, 2019

I recently visited Costa Rica and experienced a lot of what the country has to offer using a family focused tour operator. In the past, I may have thought about using my amazing travel expertise and knowledge on where to stay, however, Costa Rica is a country I knew nothing about and bringing my family there without knowing what places would be accessible to us was a little scary.  A "family focused tour operator," specializes in family, so they know what they are talking about. These are all questions we don't often get asked when we travel. Wouldn't it be nice to know that someone has prepared all of that for you in advance?  Costa Rica Family Holidays can do that and so much more so that …

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Wyndham Sedona
November 1, 2018

I grew up in the Phoenix area and recently moved back after a 24 year hiatus in Florida.  I've been to Sedona a few times and decided to take my family to see it. When looking for hotels and resorts, we gravitate towards family-friendly places and have stayed at the Wyndham in Disney Springs and the Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort, so it was a no-brainer to check out the Wyndham Sedona, a vacation resort rental.   Wyndham Sedona  is the most family friendly resort in Sedona. Check in is easy.  There are cookies at the front desk.  Need I say more? Rooms Wyndham Sedona is family friendly, with lots of anemities and offers one-bedroom suites and two-bedroom deluxe suites that comfortably sleep four to eight guests and range from 558 …

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Travel Essentials for a Cross Country Road Trip with Kids Under 6
August 3, 2018

I received some of these items complimentary to facilitate this article.  There are also affiliate links in this post.  I only write about products that I like.  All opinions are my own. We had been getting ready for this road trip for a year.  After living in Florida for 24 years, we decided to make a change and move back to Arizona, where I grew up.  Florida has been my home though, a place where I grew up as a person and blossomed into a young woman, got married and had children. As we were preparing for the trip, I realized that I had never been on a road trip longer than a day.  Even a day trip, maybe four hours.  In those situations, you …

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Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana Scottsdale
July 25, 2018

Thank you to Pomo Pizzaria for hosting me to facilitate this article. When was the last time you went to an Italian restaurant? I mean a real Italian restaurant. Not a NY style Italian that really serves American food with Italian names. I'm talking about an Italian restaurant in Scottsdale where almost the majority of the ingredients come from Italy. And again, not some commercial European business importing low quality Italian olive oil. I mean high-end Italian ingredients sourced for their quality and authenticity, regardless of their cost. So now that I've set the ground rules, I will ask you again… when was the last time you went to an Italian restaurant in Scottsdale? The answer for the great majority of you is going to be never. …

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A Staycation at the Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort
June 28, 2018

We had about three days before we were heading out of Florida.  Florida, my home for the last 24 years was now in the distant past as we were getting ready for a new chapter in our lives in Phoenix, Arizona. I lived in Phoenix once upon a time.  But I "grew up" in Florida.  First Miami Beach, then Midtown, North Miami, Parkland, and finally Deerfield Beach. What better way to start our journey than a staycation!  With all the prepping for the big move, the kids getting out of school, packing, etc., we really needed it.  Who can say no to 33 steps from the beach? When looking for a family friendly hotel to stay in Deerfield Beach, we always consider the location, the room size, parking …

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Hitting up Fort Lauderdale's FATVillage in the New 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
April 24, 2018

I've lived in Florida for 24 years now, half my life!  When I moved to Miami Beach it was the late 90's and I didn't own a car.  I didn't need one. I just rollerbladed to work.  Ahhhhh, to be young and free again. I moved more north when the Miami Design District started to pop up.   I made it to Fort Lauderdale a handful of times.  But I recently went to go see FATVillage.  I had heard about it, that it was a cool art district where there were fantastic restaurants and coffee shops. I hopped in my ride for the week, the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and I headed to Henry's Sandwich Station. I really enjoyed the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. It’s so different from my daily driver …

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A Day at Butterfly World
April 17, 2018

We went to Butterfly World years ago. My first son (Thing 1) and I spent a lot of time there.  It's such a peaceful, pretty place to explore. We went there about once a week for a while and would take our lunch and meet other mommies there too.  It's worth it to get an annual pass if you want to go more than once a year. There's also a park right next to it that's fun for the kids after they are done at  Butterfly World. We purchased the native pupae at Butterfly World in the gift shop.  We waited for the transformation at home. I wanted to take my second son (Thing 2) so he could see what we saw years ago.  He's learning about butterflies …

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A Day at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
April 10, 2018

I've never been to Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens but I have heard so many great things about it. Mostly, about the beauty of the gardens.  So, when I took my son, I wasn't surprised at the magnitude of beauty that was there. But I was surprised at my lack of knowledge about the history of Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens coming to be.  It's quite interesting! Driving up Yamato Road, I never thought too much about this street.  I never knew that there was once a Yamato Colony;  Japanese farmers living in present-day northern Boca Raton.  While the pioneering community of Japanese settlers is no longer here in Boca Raton because they were dispersed during World War II. Yamato’s name (an ancient name for Japan) lives …

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Disney On Ice Presents Reach for the Stars is Now Showing
March 30, 2018

We had so much fun at the opening night VIP Experience at Disney On Ice presents Reach for the Stars.   This has to be my favorite so far.  It was such a great show. The boys got to meet Mickey and give him a hug.  They played and had sword fights and ran off the sugar that they ate.   And they got this awesome swag bag with Flounder. Disney On Ice Presents Reach for the Stars is in town from March 28 – April 8, at Sunrise BB&T Center and Miami AmericanAirlines Arena. We followed our dreams watching this adventure-filled show including beloved characters from Tangled, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Frozen. I have a soft spot for Olaf in Frozen.  He's one …

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How to Get Ready for a Move 3 Months Early without Destroying your House
March 30, 2018

So, it's on.  It's on like Donkey Kong.  Yes, I'm person.  I'm moving back home to be closer to my parents.  It's time for a change and we are ready.  We also look forward to coming back to Florida regularly.  But for now, I'm packing. Yes, it's three months away.  But we have a lot of stuff and I want to do it slowly, while keeping our home here in order.  I don't want to freak out the month before and get totally overwhelmed.  Because, yes, we are doing something crazy and making this move a road trip also.  So that's another freakout, another blog post for another day. What I have been doing is packing winter clothing.  We obviously are not going to use …

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The Great LEGO® Race is Now Open at LEGOLAND®Florida Resort!
March 26, 2018

Get ready for The Great LEGO Race, a virtual reality rollercoaster experience, unlike any roller coaster you have ever been on! Just buckle up and put your virtual reality headsets on and get ready to race a long side Pirate Captain, Pharaoh, Surfer Girl, Trendsetter and Wizard through brick-built environments that include a desert, mountain, forest, volcano and rushing river. Experience the point of view of a LEGO minifigure race car driver in an original story exclusively created for LEGOLAND® Theme Parks. The kids were so excited, they RAN to the entrance of LEGOLAND® Florida Theme Park. It's always so much fun to get to see the everything first! In the grand opening ceremony we got to meet all the teams;  Team Pirate , Team Pharaoh, Team Surfer, Team Trendsetter …

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Taking on CityPlace in the New Mazda3 Grand Touring 4-Door
March 22, 2018

My mom came into town and when she comes into town... we shop.  And we don't just shop.  We shop until we drop.  So, I wanted to take her to a place that we've only been to once together, CityPlace in West Palm Beach. Since then, some new restaurants have popped up and the scenery has changed. We hopped into the NEW Mazda3 Grand Touring 4-door.  It was a treat from driving the SUV I'm always driving with the kids.  This car was fast and so fun to drive. I wouldn't use it as a family car, but my kids did like being in it.  It was my "get away" car.  By "get away," I mean get away from the day-to-day grind.  It was like a mini …

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Disney On Ice Presents Reach for the Stars
March 19, 2018

Disney On Ice presents Reach for the Stars will be coming into town from March 28 – April 8, at Sunrise BB&T Center and Miami AmericanAirlines Arena. Follow your dreams while watching this adventure-filled show including beloved characters from Tangled, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Frozen. We are so excited! Our boys love Frozen and it's an excuse for us moms to sing Let It Go at the top of our lungs and let our talent shine, he he. Let's get inspired as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy set the stage for a star-studded talent extravangaza as debuts in your hometown! My readers Save $5 on tickets when you use code KIDSAVE18 online at www.disneyonice.com. Good for  Thursday, March 29 7pm; Friday …

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Check Out Florida Panthers with the Sahlen's Value Pack
February 6, 2018

It's Hockey Season and my son had a date to see the Florida Panthers with his BFF, Aaron.  We were so excited to hang out with our friends! This time we took advantage of the Sahlen’s Value Pack. It's so nice to left off some steam on a Friday night and hang with friends. My friends are die hard Panthers fans too! The game wouldn't be the same without this guy! We got popcorn and hotdogs but these we couldn't pass up these chocolate covered strawberries!  I think they were the best ones I've ever had! I got to spend much needed friend time with my girl, Jennifer.  It's always a good time at a Florida Panthers Game! The Sahlen’s Value Pack includes 4 tickets to a Florida Panthers game, …

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Henry's Classic American Cuisine Does Thanksgiving Dinner To Go
November 18, 2017

Henry's, located in West Delray, was completely packed when I walked in one hour before closing on Thursday.   There was no sign of slowing down. We were greeted by their general manager, Cindy, who made me feel like I was family right away.  The crowd was upscale, and I could tell that most of the people were regulars. I had always been intrigued by this restaurant because of the decor.  It's very sophisticated, but modern and inviting at the same time.  They serve classic, yet elevated American cuisine where you can find something for everyone which makes a great place for the whole family. Even at eight o'clock at night, kids were busting out the front door. Henry’s also offers a kids eat free …

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Fit Foodz Cafe Boca Raton
November 15, 2017

This is a Sponsored Post for Fit Foodz Cafe.  However; all opinions are my own. I try to live a healthy lifestyle.  I exercise and try to eat as clean as possible.  I also try to demonstrate healthy eating habits to my kids and I can say that they are pretty health conscious now.  Neither one of them eat red meat, which was not my choice, but theirs. When I was pregnant with my first son six years ago I had a food aversion to red meat and have not been able to eat it since.  I am not vegan or vegetarian.  I just listened to my body.  I love healthy options. I always feel better eating gluten free, however, I do not have any food …

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Deck 84 Rolls Out Their Fall/Winter Menu
November 14, 2017

This is a Sponsored Post. However; all opinions are my own. As you drive through busy Downtown Delray Beach, you'll meet Atlantic Avenue Bridge, where Deck 84 sits overlooking the beautiful views of the Intracoastal waterway.  It's a view I could sit and watch all day. I was invited to meet Executive Chef Michael Romano and experience his new fall/winter menu.  It was amazing.  If you're looking for casual waterfront dining, signature frozen drinks, Tiki cocktails (shown above) and craft beers coupled with delicious dishes like their signature Tuna Steak, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, and 10oz Special Blend Deck Burger, you've found the perfect place.  Whether you want to have a drink under the Florida sun or pull up in your own boat for dinner, you will enjoy …

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Louie Bossi's Rolls Out Their Holiday Cocktail
November 3, 2017

  If you've been to Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, you know that it is filled with action and life.  You can sit outside drinking coffee, people watching, and have a great time.  But you can also go for dinner, alone, or with a group of people and watch the night fly by. Louie Bossi's is the place you want to be if you are looking for amazing Italian food and ambiance mixed together.  The inside is hopping, I really enjoyed eating outside. The outside décor is pleasant, romantic and unique looking. Louie Bossi’s Ristorante Bar and Pizzeria is a highly acclaimed Italian restaurant located in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.  Known for its homemade pastas, breads and pizzas. The menu also includes steaks and charcuterie aged …

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Burtons Grill & Bar Opens In Boca Raton
October 17, 2017

This is a Sponsored Post for Burtons Grill & Bar and TilsonPR.  However, all opinions are my own. I recently experienced the preview opening for Burtons Grill & Bar, in Boca Raton, Fl.  located at 5580 N. Military Trail in the Park Place shopping center.  It is a contemporary restaurant with a classic look that can seat about 300 guests. Burtons Grill & Bar has something for everyone. Not only every palate, but your lifestyle too! If you're looking for something quick for lunch they have it, if you want to dine in a contemporary/upscale atmosphere with your hubby, they have that too! Half portions are available, so if you are trying to not over do it, they have you covered there as well. Do you want something customized? Not only do they allow it, they encourage …

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Living in a Hotel While Escaping Hurricane Irma
September 15, 2017

We went through so many emotions when we found out about Hurricane Irma. We couldn't be prepared for what was about to happen. Even after being through Charley, Katrina and Wilma.   All we could do is put one foot in front of the other.   As soon as I saw on the news that there was a Hurricane forming and its path was possibly Florida, the first thing I did was fill up my tank and get water.  At that point,  everyone was watching the destruction that Hurricane Harvey just unleashed on Texas so we were all hyper-aware I guess. A couple days later it was going to be a Category 5 Hurricane and we were told to leave asap.  So, we booked a room and my …

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Blue Moon Mexican Cafe Opens In Boca Raton, Florida
August 7, 2017

Let the Fiesta begin in Boca! Blue Moon Mexican Cafe recently opened in Boca Raton and we just checked it out.  It has a really unique vibe and I love the decor! My favorite of  piece, of course.  I love the unique, warm vibe you get as you dine. You know when you see barrels of Patron tequila, the bar is exceptional! Experience eclectic, Mexican cuisine sourced from top quality vendors and farmers using the freshest ingredients in the 90% scratch kitchen.   At Blue Moon Mexican Cafe you will find Mexican/American favorites including Moon Fajita’s, Baja Chicken Tacos, Fish Tacos and the Burger Loco.  The guacamole and salsa are made daily with all natural ingredients and herbs. If the guacamole is fresh that's usually a sign that the …

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Travel Essentials for the Busy Mom
July 28, 2017

Sometimes I feel like I live in my car.  We spend so much time going from one place to the next;  like an hour drive to The Museum of Discovery and Science, a two hour drive to new LEGOLAND Beach Retreat, or even a four hour drive to Universal or Disney.  I know, luxury problems, right?  You betcha!  I love my life! But preparing for a road trip, no matter how long, can be daunting. We are always on the go and I'm thinking of new ways to avoid trashing the car. With that being said, what an amazing, blessed life I have and I absolutely love my car, which I found within the last year, even when it's a mess! Snacks have been my enemy for …

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Why We Stayed at LEGOLAND® Water Park for the Whole Day
July 17, 2017

  We recently went back to Legoland for my son's 6th Birthday.  We stayed at the Legoland Hotel which is always so much fun.  This time he brought his best friend, Aaron.  It was his first road trip with a friend.  Usually, we go as a family with his brother, so this was extra special.  He felt really grown up. Right away they went straight to the treasure hunt in the room where they found the first of many future LEGO sets to build. The boys had so much fun in the room getting rowdy in the bunk bed!  We didn't get much sleep, between the giggling and excitement for the next day. Then we hit the pajama party and Master Model Builder Sessions where they built a plane. I …

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OVO From Cirque du Soleil Is Coming To Sunrise and Miami!
July 14, 2017

This was my second time at Cirque du Soleil. The first time was about 10 years ago in Miami. I don’t know why it took me so long to go back to see one of their amazing productions, but I am not going to wait that long to go back this time! Ten years later, I am married to the man that took me on a date that night.  We now have children and I really wanted them to experience it.  I am so glad I did.  The wonderment in their eyes was enough to go back again.  They are five and three-years-old and they did not move in their chairs.  They were frozen with anticipation of the next move.  I think they loved that it …

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OVO From Cirque du Soleil Is Coming to Town
June 27, 2017

This is a Sponsored Post, however my obsession with Cirque Du Soleil is completely my own. OVO From Cirque du Soleil Is Coming To Sunrise Shows (July 13-23) or the Miami Shows (July 28-30).! Discover a colorful ecosystem full of amazing ants, flexible fleas, crazy crickets and more! THE perfect family outing. Child tickets start at $25. Family-Pack also available. Buy tickets now!   Don't miss this classic Cirque du Soleil production that has thrilled more than 5 million people around the world. My Readers Save $10 off on select tickets to OVO from Cirque du Soleil! *Use Promo code: OVO10 http://cirquedusoleil.com/ovo

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Play and Stay at LEGOLAND® Beach Retreat Now Open!
June 8, 2017

The much-anticipated Beach Retreat is now open.  We counted the days until getting to preview this beachtastic retreat.  The anticipation built up with just the word "Beach."  I thought, how could it possibly be a retreat when I'm bringing the kids? haha.  But they did it!  It is absolutely a retreat. Just the drive-through experience sets the ambiance for a retreat theme by not having the hustle and bustle of lobby check in.  Although, I like a little hustle and bustle, but after driving with a three-year-old and five-year-old boys for three and a half hours, I'd say the drive-through was the perfect alternative to lobby check in.  We had no time for chit-chat. This village-style vacation resort features brightly colored bungalows that look like they were …

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Brick Fest Live
June 3, 2017

If you read the MomJunky site, you know this site is obsessed with LEGOS.  The first thing both my boys do when they wake up is go straight to the LEGO table.  If you feel the same way as I, or if your looking to be inspired, you must check out Brickfest. As soon as you walk in, you can start building. If you've ever dreamed of sitting in a sea of LEGOS, now's your chance!   You and the kids can build and race your custom built LEGO derby car down one of our 35-foot long timed tracks! You can also make your own one of a kind piece and contribute to the architecture. Kids can contribute to a large-scale mystery floor mosaic.  It starts in the morning and is …

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How I Survived Mother's Day Brunch
May 17, 2017

I love reading all the funny stories online about Mother’s Day and how Mothers all around the world spend the day that celebrates the most unpredictable and most rewarding job of their lives. Some want to be alone at a Spa and have quiet time all to themselves, free of any diaper changing, LEGO building, princess tea parties.  Some want to simply take a hot shower for longer than five minutes.  Some want to spend the day with their kids after having breakfast in bed.  And some like to go out to brunch.  I like to go out to brunch. I can hear the gasps through this post.  "Why, oh why would you want to subject yourself to that?" you might ask. For one day out of the …

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Brick Fest Live Comes to West Palm Beach
April 14, 2017

May 20-21 LEGO lovers rejoice! The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience is filled with hands-on attractions and activities built to inspire, educate, and entertain. DATE AND TIME Sat, May 20, 2017, 9:00 AM - Sun, May 21, 2017, 6:00 PM EDT Palm Beach County Convention Center 50 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33401 MY READERS SAVE! Save $3 off tickets with promo code USFGTHREE Enjoy an amazing LEGO world where you can marvel at giant creations and even build some of your own. The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to celebrate, build new creations, and see some truly mind-blowing LEGO sculptures to help set the imagination free. Attractions Include: The Brick Show Experience: Meet popular YouTube LEGO show hosts from The Brick Show and …

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Get to the Museum of Discovery and Science for Spring Break!
April 10, 2017

My two boys are very active.   If they weren't I might worry.  But they cannot sit still.  They feed off each other's energy.  They are inseparable.  However, boredom makes them fight.  So, we are always looking for new things to do, especially educational things. We were looking for things to do on Spring Break last week and we came across the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale. It is one of the largest and busiest museums of its kind in Florida. The museum features its own AutoNation IMAX theater, and shows 3-D IMAX films in which viewers wear special glasses and headsets. The museum also features a number of "ecoscapes", as well as a simulated ride to Mars, a simulated airboat ride in the …

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Disney On Ice South Florida Brings In Disney-Pixar’s Cars!
April 1, 2017

  We had a blast at the opening night of Disney On Ice South Florida.  This year's theme is the Worlds of Enchantment, and this "live on ice" show is action-packed with the characters from Disney-Pixar’s Cars, Toy Story 3, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, and Frozen! The kids were so excited.  They couldn't wait to see Lightning McQueen and Mater. We started off with the VIP party, and the kids got revved up for the show at the craft table coloring Lightning McQueen Tow Mater coloring sheets. We had some popcorn, took some pictures and made some new friends! The best part of the VIP experience is that you get to meet Mickey and Minnie before the show.  It's always a pleasure to meet the official mascot and detective from …

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The 25th Anniversary of the Florida Renaissance Festival
March 14, 2017

I attended my first Renaissance Festival when I was nineteen-years-old.  It's something you don't forget.  My friends and I would go and buy crystals, throw pixie dust and flirt with the long-haired boys. Back then, I would have never have dreamt that I would be bringing my children to the very same festival.  Now they are celebrating their The 25th Anniversary! I remember experiencing it for the first time, just as they did this past weekend, and it is an experience to remember for sure!  The 16th Century costumes and clothing, fairy dust, turkey legs, and fabulous jewelry are still there today.   Days later, my kids are still talking about it, from the flying marshmallows when we came in to the high wire pirate show, and the funnel …

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Chinese Lantern Festival Just Came to Boca Raton!
February 28, 2017

This weekend was the opening weekend of the Chinese Lantern Festival.  I had no idea what to expect as this was my first experience seeing Chinese Lanterns  but I did know that the lighting of the lanterns is considered an art and an integral part of festivals and celebrations in China.  There was so much more and something for everyone. The 2017 festival lanterns  highlight "The Wild," including lanterns in the form of animals from around the world, including; Africa, Antarctica, Asia, America and more. We got to  experience authentic Chinese entertainment and multicultural shows. Of course, if there was the Age of Dinosaurs at Dinosaur Empire, my kids were in on the event!  I just had to mention dinosaurs. As soon as we parked, we saw …

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Ninjago World Opens in Legoland Florida!
January 29, 2017

We went to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort a few months back and when we found out the Ninjago World was opening, we knew we had to go back! We were invited to the VIP grand opening of the all new LEGOLAND Ninjago World at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, a magical martial arts kingdom, and got to experience the ride, LEGO NINJAGO The Ride. During the grand opening, we got to see the stars of the Netflix Original Series “Fuller House,” Jodie Sweetin, Michael Campion, Soni Nicole Bringas, Ashley Liao, Elias Harger,  along with Mckenna Grace, star of ABC’s “Designated Survivor! They came out on the stage and demonstrated various moves for training #BecomeTheNinja such as the Chops of Fury, The Cobra, The Fireball Flinger, The Lightning Strike, and the The Shuriken …

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SAVE 25% for ALL Harlem Globetrotters Games
January 24, 2017

This is a Sponsored Post.  However;  all opinions are my own. We can't wait to see The Harlem Globetrotters! My husband has been wanting to go check them out since he missed them when they visited his home country of France, back 25 years ago.  My boys will will totally love it and it's going to be an experience for the whole family!  I can't wait to make these memories with them! With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Bruton, Thunder Law, Bull Bullard and Cheese Chisholm - plus female stars TNT Lister, Ace Jackson and Hoops Green - the Harlem Globetrotters' show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. Their 2018 World Tour will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, …

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5 Reasons to Visit PLAYMOBIL® FunPark Palm Beach
January 17, 2017

I heard panic in my husbands voice when he received an email from school that we had another holiday coming up and that the kids were not going to be in  school.  He works.  I don't know why he's panicking, lol. Maybe it's because he might get a text from me around four o:clock asking when he's coming home.  It might also be an interesting (and by interesting, I don't mean good)  text depending on my hormonal status and if the kids are behaving.  I've told him many times not to text me and ask me how my day is going.  He might regret it. But on a day that both kids are home and for our sanity, they need to get outside.  They don't do well …

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8 Ways to Get the Most Out of One Day in LEGOLAND Florida
December 18, 2016

It was our first time going to LEGOLAND Florida and we only had one day as we were also heading to other theme parks and were packing everything into one long weekend!  I had heard a lot about what to expect, so when I got there I thought I was prepared. But nothing can prepare you for this Lego wonderland.  It is a Lego lover's dream! If you haven't experienced anything Lego, you are about to get your socks knocked off!  My kids were in heaven. So we had to have a plan on what to pack in one day. They have an awesome water park but it was closed on the day we went, which was good in a way because we wouldn't have had time to truly …

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Steamboat Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals
December 1, 2016

Steamboat Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals is Steamboat's largest vacation rental management company, offering the widest selection of lodging options available in the mountain village as well as expert vacation planning services. With the most highly requested vacation properties in Steamboat's most popular mountainside locations, we have the ideal accommodation for every traveler. Our commitment to professional management, attention to detail and friendly local staff is what sets us apart from the competition and has made us a guest favorite for over 25 years. Our staff provides service second to none at our lodge locations with the hopes of providing each guest with a truly memorable "Steamboat experience". Leave all the details to our team to ensure a relaxing Steamboat vacation... so you can simply enjoy …

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4 Reasons to Visit the BOATHOUSE® in Disney Springs.™
November 16, 2016

We are the typical Florida family who likes to frequent the theme parks at least once a year.  But we have requirements for ourselves too.  It's not all about the kids as this trip is an escape from our busy lives also. We always stay close to Disney Springs™ to have access to it whenever we want.  In the last year, they have made some major renovations which gives us even more reason to visit! One of the things we enjoy the most when visiting Disney Springs™ is discovering restaurants. We found one that blew us away and have made it our number one priority to visit every time we go to Disney Springs.™  There are four reasons for this: 1. Location Location is everything to us and we absolutely …

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5 Things to do to Prepare for a Road Trip
November 10, 2016

We had been planning this trip to Orlando for months.  We were so excited!  We bought a new car a few months ago with the idea of going on road trips, so it had to be big.  With two boys, ages two and five, the future is filled with all kinds of adventures, and those adventures require a lot of room! I've always been a last minute kind of gal, thriving on the pressure of getting stuff done when I'm backed into a corner. The thing is that we had never been on a road trip until then.  Yes, we went to Orlando, but it doesn't feel like a road trip when you're crammed into a small SUV with barely any space for water and strollers. This time was …

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Conversations With a Fathom Traveler
November 8, 2016

This is a Sponsored Post for Fathom Cruises.  All opinions are my own. Cruises are the best place to meet new people. There is such a variety of personalities that you are sure to hit it off with someone on the ship. And it helps that everyone's in a good mood because they're on vacation. This being my second Fathom Cruise, I was a little more aware of the people around me and not just the beautiful ship, The Adonia. As I went on guided tours and traveled on the buses I sat next to a lot of people. There was one gentleman that spiked my curiosity. He was snapping away with his camera. Every time I saw him he was taking pictures. It was like his camera …

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6 Reasons to Stay at Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs™ Resort Area
November 2, 2016

When we were looking for hotels in Orlando, we weren't too fussy about where to stay but we did have some standards, especially since we were traveling with two kids under the age of five.   We didn't need luxury, per se, because the kids wouldn't appreciate it, but we did have specific needs that people without kids might not consider. So we researched the best hotels next to Disney Springs. This was a good starting point since we knew we would be spending time at Disney Springs. When we checked into the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs™ Hotel, we knew that it had gone under major renovations. I knew that it was now two hotels but I didn't have anything to compare it …

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5 Reasons Why Impact Travel Changed My Life
August 11, 2016

When I went on the Fathom cruise, I expected to be involved in something different; something that would change the way I viewed the world.  I have been blessed to have been able to travel quite a bit in my life, and I love traveling.  Growing up with family in Europe and modeling afforded me that. Twenty years ago, I went to the Dominican Republic.  I was working as a model in Miami Beach and got a job to be involved in a commercial that would be filmed there. It was all very glamorous, being flown there with a bunch of young models, and then driven to a luxury resort where we would stay for about five days to shoot the video.  I was twenty-five and …

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Everglades Holiday Park
August 2, 2016

Living in Florida for twenty years, you'd think I would have seen an alligator by now, but no, I haven't and neither has my family.  So we were excited to go to Everglades Holiday Park and check out the gators!  Plus, it is home to the to the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue, featured on Animal Planet's hit show. We went there on a Sunday morning and picked up our tickets for the AirBoat Tour.  It was just a few minutes until they called our number and we walked down to the port where the boats are waiting for us.  The tour boats depart every twenty minutes so you don't get stuck standing out in the heat for long. Before we stepped on the boat, we had our free …

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Save Big On Summer Vacation Fun at Florida's Top Attractions
August 1, 2016

Catch Up On The Hottest Sights/Attractions In Florida Before The Summer Is Over Summer is in full swing and there's only a short time left before the kids head back to school. Falling gas prices mean "road trip!" and exploring Florida is a popular summer pastime. The best way to save in Florida is with the Go Orlando Card or the Go Miami Card from Go City Card.     The Go Orlando Card and Go Miami Card provide admission to attractions in Orlando and Miami and the Florida Keys for one low, upfront price. Passes are customizable based on the number of attractions you wish to visit and will save travelers up to 55% compared to buying tickets individually at the gate. Moreover, there is no need …

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Confessions Of A Tourist In Puerto Plata
July 28, 2016

Have you ever gotten yourself into a situation and thought, "?" I have a past life as a model and bartender so um...ya.  No one needs to know the war stories, but yes, I got myself into some sticky situations.  And it was usually too late to get myself out of them! So fast forward twenty five years and now I am a wife and a mother to two boys. I have to say that the wildest Friday night I have had recently was going to an "All You Can Eat" sushi restaurant, not just with my husband but with his gym buddy.  We were home before ten p.m. to catch Dateline (don't watch it alone). But I recently went on a trip that would change my life forever.  …

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My First 48 Hours On Fathom
June 20, 2016

This was the second cruise I had ever been on.  I was excited to try something new, especially the impact activities.  I am not one to hang out on "Booze Cruises" so I was happy with this new concept. I had heard that the Adonia was a British ship but didn't really realize what it meant until I got on board.  The first words on the intercom were in a British accent. It's always nice to hear the accent as I was born in Britain and have a British mother.  The only thing I had read was that there was plenty of tea on the ship.  As a coffee drinker, that made me nervous.   Turns out coffee was plentiful, however, there was no Starbucks on the …

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Disney, Diets, and Drama
November 21, 2015

  I had planned for this trip for months.  I was so excited to get Media Passes and use this perk for my blog.  MONTHS! I tell you!  MONTHS! There has to be a guide or user manual for planning the actual planning for your Disney Trip, right?  I read about the apps, the wait times, the restaurants, the parades, the hotels, but somehow I think I should of had a plan for the plan.  Because the plan kinda, sorta, fell through.     We made it in one piece.  No body was injured.  There were no broken bones.  No fights over music selection and only one stop in four hours.   We had a bathroom stop and were able to avoid the 50 fast food restaurants inside along with …

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Traveling with a Baby and a toddler both in diapers! MY PLAN.
December 17, 2014

The anxiety is starting to creep in.  In one week I will be traveling with a three year old and a baby.  Oh yeah, and my nine month old.  So my husband seems to think we are taking one suitcase for the three of us.  I'm wondering if he's going naked and leaving the kids at security.  We are also taking presents and warm clothes.  We were going to take two strollers along with a car base and seat.  Again, I must of thought our imaginary assistants where going to help us push them, along with the suitcase, three carry-ons and hold my three year old who insists on being held and hates the stroller (unless, of course his brother wants to be in it). …

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